Today's American: How Free?

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James Finn, Leonard R. Sussman
Freedom House, 1986 - Political Science - 178 pages
Trustees and staff of Freedom House address different aspects of the challenge posed by the title of this book, examining vital domestic and foreign policy issues. From a perspective provided by the last forty-five years they provide responses, sometimes surprising and disconcerting, to the question posed by the book's title. The result is this exciting volume. Contributors: John W. Riehm; Max M. Kampelman; Philip van Slyck; Bayard Rustin; Zbigniew Brzezinski; Sidney Hook; Burns W. Roper; Leonard R. Sussman; John Diebold; Leo Cherne; James Finn; Paul Seabury; and Morton M. Kondracke.

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About the author (1986)

James Finn is editorial director of Freedom House and editor of its bimonthly magazine Freedom at Issue. He was formerly an editor of Commonweal and, later, of Worldview.

Leonard R. Sussman (New York, NY) is Senior Scholar in International Communications of Freedom House and formerly its executive director (1967-1988). He is the author of ten books and numerous articles on issues of freedom and democracy.

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